Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Federal Government
Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. A federation (Latin: foedus, foederis, 'covenant'), also known as a federal state, is a type of sovereign state characterized by a union of partially self-governing states or regions united by a central (federal) government. /5
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Northern Territory Senator Trish Crossin says Kevin Rudd would give the Australian Labor Party the best chance of staying in government. She says she does not think voters are listening to the Federal Government under Prime Minister Julia Gillard's leadership.
One of our mates Lucy, posted a very useful resource for those wanting to respond to the issue of children in detention. No decency in detaining innocent children In July 2010, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said Australia’s basic decency did not accept the idea of punishing women and children asylum seekers by locking them up. Latest figures show there are 1062 children in closed detention facilities. Now, the Australian Government is sending children to immigration detention facilities in Wickham Point near Darwin. There are also plans to send more to the remote Curtin facility in Western Australia. In 2008, the Government declared that detention should be used only as a last resort and for the shortest practicable time. Two years later, the Federal Government said it would remove most children out of immigration detention facilities and into the community. The number of children in detention is at an all-time high. A detention facility is no place for a child, let alone a vulnerable child whose life ex ...
NEXT: Pressure builds on Minister Gillard's leadership as the Federal Government pushes ahead with new media laws.
From Sue Hughes: Notice of Motion going to March Council meeting, with Jason Kingsley, Craig Howe and me. PROPOSED MOTION That council write to the following NSW Government members; NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell, Member for Clarence Chris Gulaptis, Minister for Planning and Infrastructure, Brad Hazzard, Minister for Resources and Energy Chris Hartcher, Minister for the Environment Robyn Parker, Minister for North Coast Don Page and the following Federal Government members; Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Member for Page Janelle Saffin, Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson, Minister for Environment and Water Tony Burke, Minister for Health Tanya Plibersek and ask for Legislative change that calls a halt to Coal Seam Gas Mining activity including testing in the Clarence Valley until the following occurs 1. The release of findings from the Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development. 2. The findings from the NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer’s Indepe ...
Guys, please avoid political debate on this, we are simply letting you know what the Premier's office has released. Media Statements Premier The Honourable Campbell Newman Thursday, February 28, 2013 Federal flood funding welcome, but not enough Premier Campbell Newman today welcomed the announcement by the Federal Government to provide flood mitigation funding, but said it fell well short of what was needed for Queensland communities. Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced this morning that half of the $100 million budget of the National Insurance Affordability Council would be spent on raising the Warragamba Dam in western Sydney. Premier Campbell Newman said he was disappointed at the decision to spend $50 million in an area that is significantly less flood prone than several Queensland communities which had been devastated by multiple flood events over the past three years. “The Queensland Government welcomes the flood mitigation funding commitment from the Gillard Government for Ipswich and Roma, b ...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard tells the AEU Federal Conference the Federal Government will deliver its share of the money for Gonski and make it law this year.
AN EYE OPENER - FED GOVT BACKFLIP THE Federal Government has been forced to reverse a decision to retrospectively cut $107 million from Victorian hospitals amid growing concerns about an electoral backlash from Prime Minister Julia Gillard's home state. The Commonwealth had come under pressure after using a technical adjustment to Victoria's population estimate to justify the cuts, worth $107 this financial year and $475 million over four years. But in a surprise about-face, Health Minister Tanya Plibersek will announce on Thursday the Commonwealth will not impose the $107 million cut, which was inflicted halfway through the current financial year after hospitals had finalised their budgets. Ask Curtis Pitt, Jan McLucas and state Labor supporters to push for the same for Queensland. Your voice counts. Statewide that amounts to $103 million. For us here in Cairns, it's a whopping $6.5 million!
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has signalled possible Federal Government action to crack down on gun violence in western Sydney and unrest in Logan, south of Brisbane.
THE State Government is facing renewed pressure to sign up to the Federal Government's nationwide disability reforms, with Prime Minister Julia Gillard calling on concerned Queenslanders to get the state on board.
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